Category: Labor

Carl Finamore: Missing in Action

AFL-CIO Should Be in Ferguson

Steve Early: Last Minute Left-Liberal Unity?

Richmond Line-Up Reshuffled for Fall Contest With Chevron

Gar Alperovitz: Is Worker Ownership a Way Forward for Market Basket?

There can be no doubt that in the long term, an employee-owned company would provide a much better solution for the workers and larger community than the current mess

Sascha Bercovitch: Confrontations between Sidor Workers and Venezuelan National Guard

Clashes between protesting workers at the state-owned steel plant Sidor and the Venezuelan National Guard ended with at least 14 arrests and two injuries

Steve Early: Looking for a Knockout in November? Chevron Goes Another Round with Richmond

People and some politicians of Richmond, in California, U.S, have made life hard for Chevron

Mel Packer: Coal Miners Are Mad…and Scared

And they have a right to be

Jack Rasmus: American Unions at Strategic Impasse: Part 2: Three Contemporary Examples

Aauto, aircraft manufacturing, and railroads are examined as examples of continuing failure of Union organizing, bargaining, and political strategy

Tamara van der Putten: Manolada Workers: ‘No Greek Would Want This Job Anyway’

As a Greek court frees the shooters and employer of 35 Bangladeshi strawberry pickers, the plight of Greece’s migrant workers is brought back into focus

Alexandra Bradbury: Minority Union at Volkswagen, For Now

For Volkswagen workers organizing in Tennessee, it’s been a roller coaster of a year. In the latest upbeat twist, the United Auto Workers announced July 10 that it’s forming a local in Chattanooga

Jenny Brown: Taking a Bite Out Of Overtime Abuse

Contract provisions and laws can help. But those only get enforced if workers get organized and do it themselves

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